Pinkladies- Local Flora – Stay at home stroll – 10

This is a series about the neighborhood flowers and flowering trees that I saw and enjoyed on my walk in the neighborhood during the stay at home months.  Many of the flowers I don’t know much about and depend on Google lens to get a name.  If there are mistakes, apologize for my ignorance.

Not a native of California, these beautiful flowers in bloom will brighten up any garden. Known also as primrose, they have a habit of escaping the confines of a garden and take residence by the roadside.  In a garden or by the roadsides, these beauties will steal your heart.  They bloom in abundance and splash the area in color.  The whiff of their subtle fragrance is enticing. Wonder any damsels ever blushed this pink. 

O’ ye lovelies

Blushing pink cheeks

Prim and proper 

Dainty ladies

A Rose is a rose




Author: pranabaxom

Poetry is my passion. I am not a methodical writer. I have no set topics to write about. What I feel, perceive, think about, I will like to share in this blog. I open my mind to the world. Like the weather, sometimes my poems are cloudy, sometimes stormy. I always like to see sunshine streaming through the leaves of trees, so I hope I can share some of those sunshine with my readers.

7 thoughts on “Pinkladies- Local Flora – Stay at home stroll – 10”

  1. Beautiful spring is always there with or without Covid-19, with or without climate emergency, with or without stupid endless wars. Nature is mighty and there is just one thing to do: respect it as we are part of it. If we don’t, Nature always survives but a part of it might die massively and prematurely.

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    1. How are you Marta?
      Hope all is well. We are still under stay at home.
      A miniscule part of nature has brought us down on our knees. I hope it will teach us a lesson to respect her.
      Nature is beautiful, fragile and deadly.

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      1. I am well. Our lockdown has been lifted just a little bit, but enough to allow me to ride a bicycle and/or walk for some limited hours. I go to natural spaces, solitary places where I feel blessed. I hope you and your loved ones are well too.

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      2. Good to hear that.
        Take care and stay safe.
        All throughout the stay at home period, we were allowed to walk, jog etc. California governor has just announced certain relaxation but our county has not. We shall see how it goes.

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